Wet High-intensity Magnetic Beneficiation of Oxidized Taconites.
NTIS: PB 299 601 :13 pages
To help assure an adequate supply of minerals to meet the nation's economic and strategic needs, the Bureau of Mines is conducting bench- and pilot-scale research using wet high-intensity magnetic (whim) separation to recover iron from oxidized taconites of the Lake Superior region. The advantages and disadvantages of whim separation in relation to other separation methods, the most recent innovations in whim flowsheet design, and the role of mathematical models in process optimization are discussed.
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